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Watch the Mech Tech Dragons Team 422 in Houston on Friday, April 19 at 11:58 am, 3:02 pm, and 4:06 pm

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All times shown are CST. https://www.thebluealliance.com/team/422/2024  Go Dragons!    


Seniors: Graduation and Senior Night Music Performance Auditions

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One of the many highlights of Senior Recognition Night (Wednesday, May 22) and Graduation (Wednesday, May 29) is showcasing the Senior Class’s musical talents. We need vocalists to sing “The Star Spangled Banner” and additional performers or performance groups-instrumental and/or vocal-to set the tone for both events. Auditions will take place Monday, April 29th and […]


International Languages Honor Society Induction Ceremony, April 25

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On Thursday, April 25, the Department of International Languages will hold its annual induction ceremony for all ten international-language honor societies. This is a special opportunity to commend our highest-achieving students and to congratulate them for their excellence in the target languages and cultures, in keeping with a core element of Maggie Walker’s mission. The […]


Seniors: Community Service Hours Due by May 1st

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Completion of 140 community service hours by May l” is a requirement for graduation (see the MLWGS student handbook). Students who fail to meet this requirement will not receive a MLWGS diploma. Students should confirm community service hours in PowerSchool and x2vol. If you have any questions or concerns, or feel that you need more […]


Dragons competing at the National Japan Bowl at the University of Maryland, April 18-19

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Photos of the visit by delegates from the Embassy of Japan to MLWGS February 2024 The nation’s premier high school Japanese language competition returns for the 32nd National Japan Bowl, April 18-19, 2024, at the University of Maryland. Each spring the Japan-America Society of Washington DC welcomes 200 of the country’s top high school Japanese […]


4 Dragons to perform at the All-Virginia Band and Orchestra, April 18-20

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We are proud to have had four MLWGS students accepted into this year’s All-Virginia Band and Orchestra: Gabriel Harding (’24-Richmond), Trip Taylor (’25-Chesterfield), Peize Wang (’25-Henrico), and Peter Yanovitch (’26-Chesterfield).  The event is April 18-20 at the Richmond Convention Center.   These students will be in concert on Saturday, April 20 but are in different ensembles […]


MLWGS Scholar-Athlete of the Week April 15, 2024 (wk #11)- Baseball Lewis Dunn

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@patientfirst Lewis Dunn (’27, Goochland)  “Lewis Dunn continued his torrid pace at the plate for the Maggie L. Walker Governor’s School baseball team. Lewis Dunn with 3 for 5 with 2 rbi’s in two games last week,” said coach Dan Brown.  “Dunn is batting .533 for the season and a team-leading 7 rbi’s. The baseball […]


Watch the Mech Tech Dragons at the FIRST Championship in Houston, April 17-20

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The Mech Tech Dragons and their robot 422 are in Houston this week for the FIRST Championship. The FIRST Championship will provide them with the opportunity to meet, talk, work with, as well as compete with 606 other teams from all over the world. The live stream will be available once competition begins Wednesday on FIRSTtv. […]


MLWGS Executive School Board Meeting on Thursday, April 18, 2024 @ 9:00 am

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The next scheduled meeting of the Executive School Board will be held on Thursday, April 18, 2024, at 9:00 am in Room 153 (Adjunct Classroom) on the campus of the Maggie L. Walker Governor’s School. The Executive Board is comprised of the board members from Petersburg, Goochland, Dinwiddie, King and Queen, and Hanover.  The board […]


Grandparents and Special Adults Day is April 19

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On the afternoon of Friday, April 19 the Governor’s School Foundation will sponsor Maggie Walker’s annual Grandparents’ and Special Adults Day. Grandparents or other special adults of all current Dragons are invited to come to campus, hear a bit from Dr. Lowerre about our wonderful programs, and take a tour with their grandchild(ren) at the […]